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Most of the world’s renowned PC brands left Russia after it invaded Ukraine in February 2022. Despite this, the country keeps getting PCs with Apple, Dell, and HP badges through grey market imports. Foreign-controlled brands commanded over 90% of the Russian PC market last year, with only 9% coming from local brands, according to CNews. Interestingly, CPU sales remained flat in 2022 even though neither AMD nor Intel officially shipped products to Russia, reports Kommersant

According to data from GS Group cited, Chinese brands remained the leading PC suppliers — including Lenovo and Huawei — in Russia in 2022, with about 38% market share. On the other hand, Taiwanese vendors — such as MSI, Acer, and Asus — captured a 35% share of the Russian PC market, whereas U.S.-originating PC OEMs (Apple, Dell, HP, etc.) controlled approximately 19% of the market in 2022, down from 36% in 2021. By contrast, Russian vendors supplied 9% of PCs sold in the country, up from 4% in 2021 and 3% in 2022. 



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